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I tried to explain that sometimes mommies can make mistakes and lose sight of what is most important, and I asked for her forgiveness . . .
Here are all the things I want to tell her, and to tell all those teenage girls out there . . . all the things I wished someone told me . . .
We can handle a lot, even a lot of criticism, but once you involve our children, watch out. Now you are dealing with Mama Bear...
“You love all your children just as much as you love me . . . so that can’t be possible. But I only have one mommy. And I love no one just as much,” I reasoned...
I’m leaving Montreal today for the umpteenth time. I’ve made this trip many more times than I can count. But today is different. Today is the first time I’ve left knowing that I won’t be coming back . . .
What happens to the children of parents who were violent, panic-stricken, depressed or living in an addictive fog?
In my relationships, particularly with my kids, whatever is painful or dysfunctional seems to eclipse the good, to obliterate it . . .
Learning from the Rebbe: Episode 4
The Gift of Motherhood
The Torah reading for Rosh HaShanah describes two great women -- Sarah and Hannah -- and their intense determination to become mothers. Guest Expert: Rivkah Slonim. (From "Messages" -- Season 4, Episode 4)
Rachel weeps for her children
We all hope and pray for a biological mother (in addition to Rachel) who will protect and nurture us. Everyone deserves as much. But even when blessed with a healthy mother, we must always remember that all of us live in a form of “spiritual exile,” in ne...
We all know that if children are deprived of certain vitamins during their formative years, such as Vitamins A, B or D, they suffer lifelong problems. Likewise, the lack of vitamin "L" – love – can create emotional handicaps.
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